The Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM) is a large-scale dental clinic that is held annually in a Colorado community. With 125 portable dental chairs, dental services are provided to adults, elderly, and children, who cannot afford dental care. An outpouring of nearly 200 volunteer dentists from across the state – along with hundreds of dental hygienists, assistants, lab technicians, and a myriad of lay volunteers and other health professionals – work in tandem with community groups and agencies to better the oral health of individuals who come to the clinic.
The COMOM mission is to provide quality dental services, at no cost, to individuals of all ages who cannot afford and access dental care; eliminating dental pain, promoting oral health, creating smiles, and providing oral health education.
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Thanks to a multitude of volunteers, more than 1,200 adults and children, who could not afford dental care, were provided with free oral healthcare services at the 2013 Colorado Mission of Mercy.
The 7th annual COMOM was held October 4 and 5 at the Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley.
During these two days, patients underwent dental procedures amounting to over $1,000,000 in donated care.
Our deep appreciation to everyone who volunteered for, donated to, and supported COMOM 2013!